|Photos of Iranian masterpieces at Polish museums published in book||
TEHRAN – The Iranian Academy of Arts (IAA) has recently published photos of Iranian masterpieces kept in museums or by private collectors across Poland in a two-volume collection.
The two-volume collection includes photos and articles about over 400 items displayed in two exhibits in Poland in 2002, IAA reported in a press release on Monday.
In 2002, a total of 30 museums and libraries, eight churches and monasteries, and six private collectors exhibited their Persian collections in the National Museum in Warsaw and later in the National Museum in Krakow.
Photos of paintings, drawings, calligraphy, Persian carpets, earthenware, metal dishes and coins are included in the first volume.
The second volume is dedicated to articles in Persian and English written by eight Iranian art experts supervised by Tadeusz Majda, a scholar from the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Warsaw.
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